enrich your faith

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Sunday Morning Coffee with Mike

Join us each Sunday – Starting July 10th through August 28th, before service at 10AM.

We will study on the Gospel according to Mark.  Also known as Jesus’ Journey to the Cross.

All are welcome and encouraged to join!

Women's Bible Studies

We currently have a women’s year long Bible Study underway center around the book by Dr. Kimberly D. Moore, The Bible in 52 Weeks: A Yearlong Bible Study for Women.  Women of the church are invited to come for fellowship and enriching spiritual growth.

All are welcome and encouraged to join (at any time of the year)!
Please contact the office for more information.

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Small Groups

We offer a variety of small groups for you to connect with like minded people.  Check out our Ministries Page for more information.

Come see what we are all about.  You will meet some incredibly welcoming people.

All are welcome and encouraged to join!

Spiritual Gifts Inventory

God needs YOU to be The Church – Find out how here!

Complete the Spiritual Gifts Inventory to help you identify your gifts and talents and how they can be used to strengthen your commitment to God, further His Kingdom, and serve your church community.

Click on the button below to get started!

Ways We Grow

John Wesley, the historic founder of Methodism and of the Methodist movement, taught that by God’s grace, Christians continue to grow spiritually throughout their lives. Through acts of love for God and our neighbor, United Methodists ready ourselves to receive the ways in which God will enrich our spiritual journeys.

Worship and Devotion

As United Methodists, we nurture our faith through public acts of worship and private acts of devotion.

Prayer, contemplation, the study of Scripture, singing and learning open our hearts to the movement of the Spirit. These sacred moments lead us to a more Christ-centered life.

Spiritual Life

United Methodists help one another grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. 

John Wesley succinctly described the plan of discipleship in what he called The General Rules. As Christians, we are to (1) do no harm by avoiding evil of every kind; (2) do good to all people; and (3) attend upon all the ordinances of God like participating in worship, taking Communion, reading the Bible, praying, and more.